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Inside the Fed Experience

The Fed Experience

A museum located in Richmond, Virginia, that introduces visitors to the Federal Reserve. The museum is a field trip destination for middle and high school students, as well as college and adult groups.

Teacher Collaborative Committee

Teachers Collaborative Committee Charlotte

The Teacher Collaborative Committee supports the Bank’s development and delivery of economic and financial education resources and programs. Committee members provide input and feedback on resources, help guide the Bank’s outreach efforts to teachers and students, and discuss best practices. The committee consists of high school economics and personal finance teachers from the Richmond, VA, Baltimore, MD, and Charlotte, NC areas.

The Economic Education department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond is currently seeking high school teachers to be part of its 2019–20 Teacher Collaborative Committee.

Throughout the year, committee members will:

  • Attend five meetings held at their local Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond location (Richmond, Baltimore, or Charlotte Office);
  • Collect and share feedback from students on Richmond Fed education resources;
  • Apply knowledge and skills to design and develop a classroom resource;
  • Complete surveys on Richmond Fed teaching resources and educational programs; and 
  • Share Federal Reserve System education resources with colleagues.

Who is eligible to apply?

High school economics and personal finance teachers in the Richmond, VA, Baltimore, MD, and Charlotte, NC areas.

2018–2019 Teacher Collaborative Committee Members – Richmond

Photo by Larry Cain

From left to right:
Front row:
Shanita Glaspie (Surry County High School), Beth Schwartz (Hamilton-Holmes Middle School), Phyllis Eppes (Powhatan High School), Roberta Aigbokhaevbo (Thomas Jefferson High School), Mary Price ( Matoaca High School), Laura Graham (Hermitage High School), Elaine Johnson-Macon (Franklin Military Academy), Jacklyn Bruce (Thomas Jefferson High School), Janice Carter (Hermitage High School)
Second row: Kristen Spratley (James River High School), Bland Campbell (Colonial Heights High School), Robin Schultz (Varina High School)
Third row: Marc Rutman (Hanover High School), Allen Vernon (Amelia County Public Schools), Patricia Adams (Glen Allen High School)
Fourth row: Melvin Barksdale (Armstrong High School), Chris Jones (Brooke Point High School)
Fifth row: Christine Pedersen (New Kent High School), Charlotte Hayer (Richmond Community High School), Steve Zanetti (Kellam High School)
Back row: Jeffrey Milner (Clover Hill High School), Hunter Thomas (Godwin High School), Julius Oreska (Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School)
**Not pictured: Liz Miller (Broad Run High School)

2018–2019 Teacher Collaborative Committee Members – Baltimore

Photo by Rodney West

From left to right:
Front row:
Stephen Frederick (Patterson High School #405), Lynda Motiram (Dulaney High School), Iris Gibson (Langston High School), Jamie Rees (Reach! Partnership School)
Back row: Janvier Beaver (Linganore High School), Benjamin Krensky (Walt Whitman High School), Beverly Jackson (Northwestern High School), Katherine Rudy (Manchester Valley High School), Vanessa Hudson (Woodlawn High School), Jerald Brown (The Bryn Mawr School)
Not pictured: Steve Celio (Briar Woods High School), Maddy Halbach (Applications and Research Laboratory), Devorah Danielson (Suitland High School)

2018–2019 Teacher Collaborative Committee Members – Charlotte

Photo by Michael Batts

From left to right:
Front row:
Tonisha Purcell (Garinger High School), Ebony Williamson (Penn Griffin School for the Arts), Dawn Patterson (Ardrey Kell High School), Kathryn Dunn (Myers Park High School), Rosalind Jackson (eLearning Virtual Academy), Janet Johnson (Hickory High School)
Back row: Steve Latoni (Marvin Ridge High School), Jeff Zirkle (Phillip O Berry High School), Ed Hallyburton (East Burke High School), Doug Woolf (Sun Valley High School), Marcia Havner (Springfield Middle School)
Not pictured: Jennifer Abuaita (Cuthbertson High School)

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